Arts & Culture

The Calliope & Baby Elephants – Henry Flurry

Sonoran Winds Concert 3 PM on Sunday, September 25, 2022 2 PM pre-Concert Talk Yavapai College Performing Arts Center 1100 E Sheldon, Prescott, AZ   Anybody who grew up in New Orleans is well familiar with the calliope. It is a keyboard instrument that resembles an organ, yet the notes are produced by steam whistles. The Steamboat Natchez is a majestic


Patriot Week Events in Prescott Valley, September 9 – 17th, 2022

The Patriot Day (9/11) ceremony will include Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority and Prescott Valley Police Honor Guards, Central Arizona Honor Guard Pipes & Drums, and American Legion Post #6 Honor Guard, with emcee CAFMA Fire Chief Scott Freitag and remarks by Prescott Valley Police Chief Bob Ticer. The ceremony, free to the public,


The Folk Sessions present The Stillhouse Junkies at the Highlands Center

Born in a distillery in Durango, Stillhouse Junkies play a delirious, head-spinning mixture of original roots, blues, and bluegrass music. The Stillhouse Junkies are proud to have been 2018 and 2019 Telluride Band finalists. With all three band members sharing vocal, songwriting, and arranging duties, the Junkies conjure a wide range of tonal landscapes that


Jazz at the Movies with Mike Vax

Mike Vax (director and producer of the Prescott Jazz Summit) talks about the new monthly jazz series, A Jazz Journey at the Elks. The first performance is this Saturday, March 19th, and it is Jazz at the Movies. Mike plays some of the music, and explains that this is not just a concert, because the

Arts & Culture

Concert – Arizona Philharmonic Brass, February 27, 3 pm

On Sunday, February 27, at 3:00pm, at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, our principal brass players present a full brass concert of bold, beautiful and humorous music on a concert entitled Arizona Philharmonic Brass. This is the first time AZ Phil has presented these members as a brass quintet. Our principal trumpet player, Cindy Gould, designed the program to appeal to

Arts & Culture

Country Comeback: Josh Turner Returns to YC Performing Arts Center

Prescott favorite reschedules cancelled concert date and lights up the stage June 16 The Award-winning Country performer with unforgettable hits like “Why Don’t We Just Dance” and “Your Man” has made good on his promise to return to Prescott. Be there when Josh Turner brings his rolling baritone and Country classics back to Yavapai College

Scroll to Top